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VIBE : Background Detection and Subtraction for Image Sequences in Video

  title={VIBE : Background Detection and Subtraction for Image Sequences in Video},
  author={K. Kavitha},
In this paper presents a technique for motion detection that incorporates several innovative mechanisms. For example, our proposed technique stores, for each pixel, a set of values taken in the past at the same location or in the neighborhood. It then compares this set to the current pixel value in order to determine whether that pixel belongs to the background, and adapts the model by choosing randomly which values to substitute from the background model. This approach differs from those based… Expand

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